Clark Park with it's roof on.
The Mining Leagues died out around 1927, and Clark Park became the simply the home of local ball. In 1944, semi-pro baseball came back to Clark Park when the Copper League began play, with teams from Helena, East Helena and Anaconda. Helena's Kindrick Legion Field made its debut in this league, and currently serves as home to the Pioneer League today. Anaconda's WPA ballpark meanwhile is also still standing. We're not sure where East Helena played or the whereabouts of that facility.
These Photographs are from the World Museum of Mining and were sent to us from Fred E. Sagebaum of Butte Montana.